Owens Fish Camp is located in the heart of Burns Court in downtown Sarasota, Florida. The beautiful Burns Court Historic District consists of 15 bungalows in the Mediterranean Revival Style which were constructed between 1924 and 1925. The range of architectural design elements found here are worth checking in to. While you’re in the neighborhood, stroll on over to the Laurel Park area to view other architecturally interesting homes and buildings which were built between 1920 and 1957. Nearby Bayfront Park is known for its gorgeous views of both the city and the bay, and has plenty of park benches and swings. Its Children’s Fountain is a fun place for kids to cool off. Relax under the shade of a banyan tree, and enjoy the peaceful scenery and sounds of the harbor. Another area attraction, Sarasota Jungle Gardens, gives you the opportunity to feed a flamingo or hold a snake as you soak up quality family time and experience old Florida. Sarasota also offers many cultural experiences including state and local theater companies, an opera, orchestra, ballet, and art galleries. Great food, beautiful scenery, famous architecture, and more await you in downtown Sarasota.

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